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Albuquerque Museum Exhibitions

Exhibits from the permanent art and history collections, world-class traveling exhibits, and community curated exhibits.
Promotional Photo of Making Africa Exhibit.

American Jewelry from New Mexico

Through Oct. 14, 2018


"La Ofrenda" by Ester Hernandez

From Invisible to Visible

Through Jan. 6, 2019

Photos of Hunning Highland Neighborhood

Art of Politics

Through Aug. 12, 2018

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Art of Politics

On view at Albuquerque Museum through August 12, 2018. Works on paper from the permanent collection demonstrate the similarities and connections between seemingly separate struggles.

Paul Sarkisian

On view at Albuquerque Museum through Fall 2018. Paul Sarkisian proves the power of continuous innovation, and the importance of mastery of technique before an artist can create masterpieces reflecting his vision.

Images in Silver

An installation of images from Albuquerque Museum's Photo Archives celebrating the publication of the 50th anniversary collections guide

Sculpture Garden

The Albuquerque Museum sculpture garden includes works by many of the most important sculptors of the American Southwest.

ArtsThrive: Art Exhibition & Benefit

Coming to Albuquerque Museum October 19 – December 2, 2018. Formerly known as Miniatures & More, ArtsThrive is an annual event that brings together over 100 artists for a six-week exhibition and art sale.

Pesos and Patriots

Coming to Albuquerque Museum January 2019, "Pesos and Patriots: New Mexico’s Role in the American War of Independence" tells the story of Albuquerque families who supported the American cause in the fight for independence.

Communities of Compassion and Courage

Coming to Albuquerque Museum June 2019. This exhibition explores the legacy of Albuquerque’s Japanese American community and the impact World War II-era internment camps had on these New Mexicans.

Seed: Climate Change Resilience

Coming to Albuquerque Museum June 2019. Inspired dialogue around global warming, local food, healthy communities, and the revitalization of bioregional indigenous agri-Cultural practices